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It was an evening like no other at the tenth annual A Taste for Art, where guests enjoyed a night of fun that tantalized their taste buds and ignited their imaginations!

Saturday’s eventat the scenic Greenville Country Club benefitted Children & Families First of northern Delaware. Nearly 400 guests enjoyed the spring-like weather, and Benefactor and Patron Guests were were provided an early VIP glimpse of the array of art and a chance to meet the artists at the Art Preview Party and Champagne Reception.

Culinary arts students from Delcastle Technical High School, Hodgson Vo-Tech High School, Howard High School of Technology and St. Georges Technical High School enjoyed the opportunity to gain hands on experience prepping food, catering and passing at an upscale venue. During the event, students along with their instructors ran their stations, and the evening’s menu included appetizers, entrees and desserts designed, created and served by the schools’ culinary artists. Guests were impressed by the students professionalism, attention to detail, culinary knowledge and enthusiasm for their work.


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